Hurricane Beryl, a fierce category five storm, is on a path to rip through six U.S. states according to an alarming new forecast model. According to a report form the Daily Mail, after leaving a trail of devastation in the Caribbean with 165mph winds, the storm is now barreling toward the U.S. mainland.

Jamaica, already reeling under a state of emergency, braced itself for Beryl’s impact on Wednesday. Islanders in Kingston scrambled to make last-minute preparations, boarding up windows, pulling boats from the water, and dismantling advertising boards to minimize damage from the lashing winds.

Preparing for impact.

The National Hurricane Center has added parts of Texas into the hurricane’s forecast cone, warning southern locals to brace for heavy rains and gusty winds from Monday. However, the storm’s potential path, as shown by “spaghetti” models, also includes Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Kentucky.

Hurricane expert Dr. Levi Cowan said, “It’s really dependent on where the hurricane is launching from by the time we get to Friday if it’s coming off the Yucatan Peninsula far enough North, it may continue gaining latitude and threaten the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico, that could mean northern Mexico or Texas and the US Gulf Coast could be threatened.”

He continued to say, ”If it comes off the Yucatan Peninsula far enough north, it may continue gaining latitude and threaten the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico. But if it crosses farther down, it would likely continue west more into Eastern Mexico.”

Influencing factors.

Currently, Beryl’s trajectory is heavily influenced by pressure levels over the southeast. A drop in pressure could allow the storm to move northwards, potentially spelling disaster for the U.S. Gulf Coast residents are urged to stay vigilant as Beryl, the earliest category five hurricane on record in the Atlantic, Caribbean, and Central American basin, edges closer.

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In Jamaica, an island-wide curfew and evacuation orders for flood-prone and landslide-prone areas have been issued. Prime Minister Andrew Holness has mobilized security forces to maintain public order and assist with disaster relief once the storm passes.

Damage and death in Grenada.

As Beryl tears through the Caribbean Sea, rescue crews in southeastern islands are assessing the damage. In Grenada, three people were reported killed, with significant destruction in Carriacou and Petit Martinique. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves has pledged to rebuild the devastated islands, where 90% of homes on Union Island were destroyed.

As Beryl approaches the U.S., residents across the forecasted states are urged to prepare for the worst and stay informed about the storm’s progress. This unprecedented hurricane season is a stark reminder of nature’s unpredictable and destructive power – which is called WEATHER and not “climate change” as the Democrats will classify the hurricane as.